Daily Motivation- Dan Gable's Take on Success
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Dan Gable's records as an athlete and coach certainly speak for themselves and no sport quite experienced one man that accomplished so much in both avenues as did Dan Gable with wrestling. As an athlete, Gable was a two-time NCAA champion at Iowa State University. He lost only one match throughout his entire collegiate career, compiling an unheard-of-record of 182-1 (a record that stood for 32 years before Cael Sanderson went 159-0 in 2002). His career as an athlete culminated in the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich where he won the Gold Medal and did not surrender a single point to any of his opponents. Gable transferred his success as an athlete into a coach, and he was even more dominant there, leading the Iowa Hawkeyes to an unprecedented 15 National Championships in 21 seasons.
Gable's success was directly contingent on his ability to get the very most out of himself and others. Gable didn't just perform to get by and go through the motions, he had that hard-to-find attitude of being the best. Gable is a renowned speaker, relating his life experiences and providing formulas for success.
Below, Gable talks about his idea of why certain people succeed and why others don't. It's the idea of using your mind to achieve the most out of yourself. It's the concept that you're going to give it your all to be the best person you can be, regardless of how much pain you must endure. Listen below and you'll see what I mean.
So what are you going to do? Are you going to beat that 4 minute mile or are you going to slow down because you can win the race anyway? Because if you slow down, you might win this race, but are you more prepared for the next one?
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